This is Amanda Tromp, a 22-year-old photographer and student from Washington state, and Kyro, her 3-year-old Siberian husky.
They travel together taking photos, and their story is one of redemption.
Four years ago, Tromp was in relationship that became abusive, she told BuzzFeed.
She said it started off with emotional abuse, and then escalated to physical violence.
At the time, Tromp felt like there was no way to escape the situation.
She turned to dogs during the relationship, and began volunteering at local animal shelters.
Over the course of volunteering, she saw an ad on Craigslist from a dog owner pleading for people to help with a newborn litter of puppies.
The mom had given birth to nine puppies, but had abandoned them, and the owner needed help.
Tromp jumped at the chance to help, and quickly fell in love with Kyro, whom she eventually ended up talking home.
Over time the two grew close, and Tromp said Kyro has been a huge help in her recovery.
"Kyro has been a huge healing and support for me," she said. "During the abuse he would come to me and cuddle with me while I cried. Our walks and hikes were my only breath of fresh air when everything was so bad with my ex."
She then started taking pictures of their adventures together. At first she took them on her phone, and then a year ago upgraded to a camera.
Their relationship and her love of photography helped Tromp find healing and strength. She eventually left her abusive partner, and dived deep into photography.
Their shots are taken in breathtaking landscapes all throughout Washington state.
Over time, the pair has covered Washington's scenic areas from the Puget Sound islands, to Lake Wenatchee.
The photos are a lot of effort. The shoots sometimes require 3 a.m. wakeup times, and drives that last several hours, Tromp said.
The hard work seems to be paying off though, as the end result is pretty amazing.
Tromp plans to continue pursuing photography, and hopes the photos with Kyro will inspire others in similar situations:
I really hope to bring light to domestic abuse. It's a topic that is not often discussed as it is difficult for people to hear about and hard for survivors to talk about.
I really hope to inspire those that have been, or are currently in the situation I was- to see that there's a positive after all the negative.
That you can find happiness and rebuild yourself. I hope that by bringing this topic out that it'll make it easier for survivors and those currently in relationships like this — to speak out and share their stories.
She also hopes her relationship with Kyro will embolden others.
"I hope [by sharing] to inspire people to get out with their animals," she said. "I love every moment out adventuring with Kyro. It brings me peace and happiness."